This early work by Mary Elizabeth Braddon was originally published
in 1866 and we are now republishing it with a brand new biography
of the author. 'The Lady's Mile' is one of Braddon's novels in the
sensation literature genre. Mary Elizabeth Braddon was born in
Soho, London, England in 1835. She was educated privately in
England and France, and at the age of just nineteen was offered a
commission by a local printer to produce a serial novel "combining
the humour of Dickens with the plot and construction of G. P. R.
Reynolds" What emerged was Three Times dead, or The Secret of the
Heath, which was published five years later under the title The
Trail of the Serpent (1861). For the rest of her life, Braddon was
an extremely prolific writer, producing more than eighty novels,
while also finding time to write and act in a number of stage
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